Healing & Support Pillow video
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Healing & Support Pillow
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Rohn Strong is a crochet and knitwear designer and yarn spinner who has been crocheting since he was 6 years old. His designs reflect a desire to push the boundaries of the crafts. He has instructed several Annie's video classes and has designed numerous patterns for Annie's. His patterns have appeared in both Crochet! and Crochet World magazines. Rohn has also taught many... Full bio »

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Stitch up this perfect sized Healing & Support Pillow! Designed by Debra Arch, this pattern uses tapestry crochet to create the ribbon design but with the added surface slip stitch at the end, the ribbon truly pops off the pillow and adds another dimension to the easy project. The pillow also has a boarder edging using the picot stitch!

Interested in donating your project? This project was designed for Pretty in Pink Foundation: Beyond the Ribbon, an organization that offers support and resources to breast cancer Champions as they go through treatment. This pillow is the perfect size to place between a patientís arm and the site of breast surgery toa void uncomfortable rubbing or pulling on a patientís drain. It can also be used to rest a patientís arm on during chemo or to rest their head. See the end of the pattern for more information on donating.

Skill Level:
Easy

Finished Size:
12 Ĺ inches x 12 Ĺ inches

Materials:
  • Medium (worsted) weight acrylic yarn:
      • 1 skein light pink (250 yds)
      • 1 Skein white (195 yds)
  • Polyester fiberfill
  • Size F/5/3.75mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Size H/8/5mm crochet hook (optional for surface slip stitches)
  • Tapestry needle

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